Manual Immediately Sequential Bilateral Cataract Surgery (M-ISBCS) vs Refractive Laser-Assisted Immediately Sequential Bilateral Cataract Surgery (ReLA-ISBCS)

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    Uptown Eye Specialists
Updated on 6 October 2022
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The focus of this study is to assess the differences in patient perceptions of pain undergoing cataract surgery by using the Refractive Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (ReLACS) technique compared to the standard Manual Cataract Surgery (MCS) technique using an immediately sequential bilateral approach. This study also aims to further explore difference in patients' perceptions of pain depending on timing of neurolept anesthesia in the ReLACS technique. The importance of this study is appreciated patient perception of pain during ReLACS, which is an emerging technique for cataract surgery and has been sparsely reported on to date. This investigation will include the analysis of various surgical, ocular, medical, and psychosocial metrics of patients undergoing both ReLACS and MCS at Uptown Eye specialist.

Condition MCS vs ReLACS, Pain Perception Postoperative, Early Anesthesia vs Standard Anesthesia, Immediately Sequential Bilateral Cataract Surgery
Treatment M-IBCS, ReLA-IBCS Early, ReLA-ISBCS
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05480839
SponsorUptown Eye Specialists
Last Modified on6 October 2022

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